Southern Whale Fishery Company

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Date: 2012 Ref: Eph-A-ARTS-2012-02 Description: Cards issued to promote an exhibition of costumes referencing the facts of an abortive attempt at colonisation at Erebus Cove, Port Ross, at the northeastern...
Date: 1790 - 1803 By: Webster, Kenneth Athol, 1906-1967 Ref: Eph-B-SHIP-1803-01 Description: A statistical chart showing the number of whaling ships sailing to and from Greenland, and to and from the Southern fisheries, for 1790-1792, 1799-1802. Gene...
Date: 1778-1903 Ref: Micro-MS-Coll-05-5947 Description: Includes register of men serving in the Southern and Greenland Whale Fisheries protected from impressment; court of enquiry into loss of HMS Buffalo, Mercur...
Date: 1775-1850 By: Southern Whale Fishery Company Ref: fMS-Papers-0758 Description: Lists of London ships employed in the fishery (1775-1790), by Samuel Enderby Jnr (author's note found in correspondence). Indenture between the Southern Whal...
Date: Jan 1850-Oct 1851, Feb-Sep 1852 By: Mackworth, William Augustus, 1825-1855 Ref: MS-Group-1621 Description: Private diary of William Mackworth, who was sent as the Colonial Administrator to the Hardwicke settlement at Port Ross on the Auckland Islands, which laste...
[Enderby, Charles] 1797-1876. Attributed works. :[Port Ross, Auckland Islands, Between 1850 and 1852?]
Date: 1850 - 1852 By: Enderby, Charles Henry, 1797-1876; McNulty, Dorothy, active 1961 Ref: A-093-008 Description: Barracks on the beach and the buildings of the Southern Whale Fishery Company's settlement of Hardwicke, managed by Charles Enderby. A rata is in flower clos...